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Kidd steps down as UCB CEO

United Cumberland Bank’s CEO, Gordon Kidd, stepped down from his position last week, bringing to a close a 33-year career with one of McCreary County’s oldest institutions.
After joining the bank in 1984, and serving as CEO for the past 17 years, Kidd announced his retirement last week.
“We are sad to see Gordon go,” UCB President Jim Johnson said. “But he has certainly earned his retirement.”
“Gordon has been a driving force behind the growth of this bank and our community. His presence will certainly be missed, but his influence will continue to impact United Cumberland Bank and its employees as we move in to the future.”
“The bank is in a strong financial position and we will continue our goal of providing the best customer service to the communities we serve”, he added.
Board Chairman David Winchester stated, “On behalf of the Board of Directors, I want to express my sincere appreciation to Gordon for his commitment and dedication which has helped us grow and strengthen our institution.”
United Cumberland Bank was formed in 2014 with the merger of the Bank of McCreary County and First Trust and Savings.
The bank has six branches in McCreary County and Scott and Campbell counties in Tennessee. A new branch location in Somerset is slated to open later this year.

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